Last week we posted an audience video of a "sneak peek" presentation from the Adobe Max developer conference, that showed a remarkable de-blurring Photoshop plug-in in development. Adobe has now posted their official high quality video of the presentation segment, and the effect is easy to see. Adobe's presentation staging is pretty awesome too.

Videos for others sections of the presentation are available on the Adobe TV site.

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    Vincent Rice

    Vincent Rice has been an audio-visual design consultant for almost 30 years including six years with Warner Brothers Cinemas. He has designed several large retail installations in London and a dozen major nightclubs across the world from Belfast to Brno to Beruit. An accomplished musician and 3D computer graphics artist, Vince also writes for AV Magazine in the U.K. and the Loudscreen digital signage blog.

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    • Finally...all those episodes of CSI clearing up a blurry photo is coming true!

      Ed
    • Sure - IF they get it out in time for CS6, eh? Or perhaps a separate \"Plugin\" for separate purchase, so that I don\'t have to go out and buy a complete update package when the latest version comes along.

      So what about it, Adobe? Sell as a separate \"Plugin\" - I\'d rather pay $50 for this Plugin than $300 for an updated version (CS6?) that does everything my CS5 does just fine.

      Now, if only a video anti-blur program came out to sort out all of my blurry video\'s...

      Edouin
    • Awesome

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